Electronics Forum: mydata and performance (Page 9 of 35)

New Pick and Place Operation

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 08 12:58:49 EST 2004 | clampron

If it were my money and I had your specifications to achive, I would go Mydata. One platform, chip shooter, optical centering, mechanical centering, electrical verification (that works)smart feeders that work, etc.... I have worked on several platfor

Manual Pick and Place Manuals

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 13 03:10:09 EDT 2012 | weyes

Optimize the pcb assembly layout can enhance the performance of the converter for switch-mode converters, excellent PCB layout is critical to the performance of the best system.If the pcb assembly layout is poorly designed, it may result in the fol

Dima's Pick and Place Machines and other low volume P&P

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 26 15:57:08 EDT 2007 | grantp

Hi, I would get a second hand MYDATA, and that should do the trick. Lots of feeders available, and easy to program. Good for small volume, but not high volume.

mirae pick and place machine

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 11 16:11:32 EDT 2003 | stefwitt

The question new or used was discussed several times. If you start fresh and have no experience with one or the other machine vendor, I would get a new machine, whose supplier has a service tech in driving distance. If you select the used machine pa

Re: SMT Pick and Place

Electronics Forum | Sat Jun 13 00:25:59 EDT 1998 | Scott McKee

Last October I purchased a Mydata over a Phillips and Amistar. I've done things on my Mydata that is impossible on the other machines. I can build the top side and the bottom side of two boards at the same time (I print both sides at once). I can "

Fuji Pick and Place Machines

Electronics Forum | Mon May 10 17:21:03 EDT 2004 | smt..

I work with Fuji equipment For over 10yrs�. Cp3, cp4.cp6.cp7, ip1, ip2, ip3, qp341, qp242, qp351. Also, work with MYDATA, SAMSUN, and QUAD AMISTAR�. Fuji is the best in my opinion.

Fuji Pick and Place Machines

Electronics Forum | Mon May 10 17:21:08 EDT 2004 | smt..

I work with Fuji equipment For over 10yrs�. Cp3, cp4.cp6.cp7, ip1, ip2, ip3, qp341, qp242, qp351. Also, work with MYDATA, SAMSUN, and QUAD AMISTAR�. Fuji is the best in my opinion.

New Pick and Place Operation

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 06 15:47:56 EST 2006 | avalancher

MYDATA has many service technicians on the Western US. I believe there is specifically one in Oregon, and one in Washington/Idaho border to name just a few.

New Pick and Place Operation

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 16 16:07:16 EST 2006 | mdm4ua

Mydata has a guy in Seattle but we have had only one time in five years we had to wait more than a day for sevice and we are in Florida and they are Boston. Most of the time you they can get you back up and running over the phone.

New Pick and Place Operation

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 17 05:28:05 EST 2006 | Rob

Well said Grant. Sad thing is people fall for glossy brochures, hype, sales pater & numbers etc. and not actual facts. If you want something that will run 24/7 forever you buy a Fuji, it has the proven pedigree. Pete, don't you sell Mydata's?


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